Learning psychology is learning development, how personality forms, and how factors like society and culture impact behavior, which shows why those influences impact your life. Studying this subject connects to all humans and can relate back on a personal level. Further, the study of the mind will never "end" because there’s so much knowledge we are learning everyday. For example, one of the biggest questions in the world is “why?” Psychology is seen or known as giving the answer to that “why” question. Everything that we question always comes back to one certain point and psychology is used to down the bases to get that one point. However psychology will not always have the definite answer, but it will give a better understanding. Asking the question “why?” is used for asking, what is it for or what purpose. We gain more knowledge and more information by this question which then can lead to questioning the answers to another question, if that makes any sense.
Studying psychology is not just about learning or understanding yourself, but to be able to understand other’s around you. By learning all these different ways of development, cognitive thinking, disorders, and anything that could have an effect on someone's personality, you will be able to analyze and figure out situations with asking any questions. The insights you gain about people's motivations, perceptions and behaviour will give you a different perspective on why people react in the ways they do and help you to understand people a little better. You are going to want to be able to understand other’s because you are always interacting with them. Being able to predict or see how other people might feel is a part of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is something we develop overtime to learn how to interact with people and their emotional behavior.
I believe taking a course or spending a little time studying psychology could be very beneficial for you. Just the fact of being able to understand why you do the things you do is amazing. However I did a course on psychology to understand other people. Everyone has their own unique life. There are so many things you could tell about someone just by understand their behavior. For example, say if someone gets angry very easily, this could be because they have anger issues, they have had a bad day, a lot of things are stressing them, they have grown up in a angry environment, and so much more could be the cause of that one problem.
Psychology is in everyday situations, and understanding these situations